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May 2004

Sound Design

By Chris Anderson
Mix One Studios in Boston (www.mixonestudios.com).
It’s about time. And space. And air.  Learn the fundamentals of sound design in the first of this series about sound design from Mix One Studios partner Chris Anderson.

44 Flicks

By Genevieve Butler
The 48 Hour Film Project in Boston started with filmmakers' assignments.
Forty-four teams of filmmakers saved a lot more than daylight when the 48 Hour Film Project Came to Boston April 2.  Here's a report on the event and profiles of some of the audience award-winning shorts.

Love Fest

By Chris Cooke
A still from "Goldfish Memory."
Reviews of three features and a selection of shorts from the 20th Annual Boston Gay & Lesbian Film/Video Festival, coming to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, May 12-23.

Industry News

By Melinda GreenA report of news & happenings in the local industry for May 2004.

Molding Fact into Fiction

By Ellen Mills
A graphic from "Breaking the Mold: The Kee Malesky Story."
In "Breaking the Mold: The Kee Malesky Story," celebrated documentarian Josh Seftel makes his first fictional film airing on PBS and honors librarians, educates viewers about toxic mold, and sends up popular culture all at once.

South End Story

By Benjamin ColeBoston Filmmaker Alice Stone's newest project "Dog Eat Dog," screening at the Boston Underground Film Festival this month, draws inspiration from a real-life controversy in the city.

Staging a Film

By Mattias Frey
A still from "Goodbye Joseph Parker."
Longtime screenwriter and first-time director Dennis Brooks discusses his new feature film "Goodnight Joseph Parker," showing at the Independent Film Festival of Boston, and why it will be his last.

Double Vision

By Sara Faith Alterman
The two Wonder Women -- Jeannie Epper and Linda Carter.
Amanda Micheli wanted to direct films, so she took the advice of Werner Hertzog and started playing rugby. A few place kicks, a warrior princess, and six years later, the Massachusetts-born filmmaker has directed a winner -- "Double Dare" screening at the Independent Film Festival of Boston this month.

Power of Peace

By Margaret Tranggono
A still from "Seeds of Peace."
Co-directors/producers Joseph Boyle and Marjan Safinia (Marj) of the documentary "Seeds" discuss working with teenagers eager to create open communication and understanding between countries and their peoples.